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removing the stickers from wheel balancing

I had my tires swapped over on my rims and there was sticker crap left behind from the previous balance. How do people get this off without damaging the wheel? I have goo off and was going to try that.


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Goo gone should get it off just fine.

If you are careful you can use mineral spirits I think.. just don't get it close to paint!!


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I use brake clean and a small screwdriver here at work. When the car has low mileage sometimes I can just use the brake clean and wipe it off with a rag, but when the car has some serious miles and brake dust sometimes the weight adhesive needs to be scraped off.
 
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Goo off lol, I mean Goo gone. I have some of that so will give that a try

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